Dramatic changes in temperature and salinity have been discovered in the deep waters of the Southern Ocean by scientists, who warn this could have a major impact on global climate change.
Underground recycling storage could be the future of waste management, according to Ireland's Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dick Roche TD.
Destruction caused by the Asian Tsunami now offers affected countries a chance to rebuild in a way that will preserve the environment, natural resources and offer protection from future disasters.
The importance of the Lisbon Process in the EU's sustainable development strategy is still being pushed by the European Environment Bureau (EEB).
Rubbish is illegally dumped somewhere in the UK every 35 seconds, according to new figures from Defra revealing the full extent of fly tipping problems.
The Aarhus Convention, a treaty designed to give the public more control over political decisions relating to the environment, has finally been ratified by the UK government.
Dr Aidan Turnbull, head of eco-design design at Environ UK looks at the impact of the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive on business-to-business producers
Environment Business talks to Environment Agency Thames Estuary Strategy Manager Peter Borrows about the flood risk to development in the Thames Gateway
Jim Grandison of IETG looks at the Water Framework Directive since its introduction four years ago, and explains how it will impact on industry
Dr Graham Holtom, UK general manager of remediation specialist Biogenie, insists that the Landfill Directive has not damaged the development sector
David Powley of DNV Certification asks what it takes to narrow the credibility gap associated with ISO 14001 certification
CMP Batteries' lean leader David Ling explains how the Excell programme cuts waste and boosts profits
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